Why Videography? Why not just Photography? In this modern age of wedding planning, videography can start lower on the priority list of important vendors, although its popularity is on the rise. Photography and DJ -- important, of course -- are sometimes thought of as the most important pieces to check off the planning the list and videography is left to "see how much is left in the budget" or sometimes not thought of at all. Here at Fairytale Productions, however -- and in most wedding industry insider-circles -- videography is seen as a top priority, perhaps right after the date and venue. Don’t get me wrong, we LOVE photography.
There is so much to consider when booking wedding photography and videography. However, most couples have never been so heavily involved in planning a wedding, so they don't always know where to start, what to look for, and what questions to ask. We totally get that. The trouble is, out of not knowing where else to look, many brides and grooms tend to just compare dollar amounts to one another. Budgets are important. But before you categorize all of your wedding expenses and write them in stone, you should know that there are many ways in which the VALUE of what you book can far outweigh a relatively
Your venue, food, and beverages will statistically be the place that you spend the most money on your wedding. You can end up wasting a lot of cash that could be used in more meaningful places if you’re not careful. Being smart about your guest list and catering is the best way to make sure your wedding budget goes to what's really important to you (especially in regards to photography and videography). Here are 5 ways to build a perfectly-sized guest list and catering plan so that you get the most out of your budget. 1) Prioritize your initial guest list into groups. Share a spreadsheet with your soon-to-be-spouse and color code